Dan Keen is a director with Baker Tilly’s public sector advisory practice.
Dan Keen has more than 35 years of experience in local government, including 22 years as a city manager. He has served in leadership positions in professional organizations and is a speaker at workshops, conferences and seminars. Dan assists government leaders with strategic planning, facilitation, executive coaching and executive performance evaluation.
Dan has worked with several city councils in his career and has a keen understanding of goal setting and effective working relationships between governing bodies and their appointed chief executive. He served on the California City Management Foundation’s Board and assisted in developing best practices for city manager and council/board appointee evaluations. In his role as a former senior advisor for the International City/County Management Association, Dan provided coaching and advice to city managers. He has extensive experience facilitating discussions about performance between city councils and their direct reports.
Master of public administration and planning
University of Southern California
Bachelor of Arts in political science and sociology
University of California, Los Angeles
American Institute of Certified Planners Certification